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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Villaggio Paraty
Wonderful oasis! Lovely spacious, clean rooms, amazing breakfast, helpful staff and the bonus of a small pool too.
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I wish all our onward trips were as easy as the last one from Trindade to Paraty! Just half an hour on the local bus and we were there. We'd pre-booked our room at Villaggio which is really handily located just 2 minutes from the bus station, down a nice quiet road that runs parallel with the main street. The breakfasts are really good (how is it …
... beaches, sliding down waterfalls, tanning and shopping...Yesterday we went on a schooner boat trip (basically just a big pirate looking ship) and sailed around a few different islands and beaches with all you can drink caipirihnas and spent the day jumping off the boat into the beautiful water! It was definitely one of my top 5 days of tour, perfect way to end the trip! We have one last day in Paraty before going to ...
... have some pot and they're offering it around. We get loured to the front of a police station. Steve's the first to realise this isn't right. The whole town is dead and shut with the rain and I haven't felt this great in a long time. Where are the people!? But there is this group and there is Frankie (Francesco). He skips around 'stoned' he says, ****** more like, like 18 year-old ******, strike that, under-aged ******. We play imaginary basketball! Then football. Steve ...
... literally hanging on with one arm to the boat and one on her go pro. Despite the seriousness of the event it was also ridiculously funny. Rach then tried again but fell off the boat... again. #dayumguuurl Then Ash and I just go pro-ed ourselves jumping off. We swam to the sure and had some fun on the beach and viewing the fish swimming near the shoreline that were attracted to our feet. When our time was nearly up we swam back to the boat and I took it in turns ...
... took me with him, borrowed Paolo's snorkel, and brought me to a cave.
We all wanted to go to the cachoeira. It took another kilometre to walk. The cachoeria was a small pool and cascade of water. I thought it's a nice way to end the day and wash off all the salt from the ocean. Mr. Guide asked me to climb up further with him. Then he showed me this small cascade, and I thought "what's so special about that?"
He sat next to it "Look!" He said, and before ...